Lucy Griffith

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Writer

Students experience lunch alone at BHS

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Lunch at Berkeley High School is a sacred time, being only 40 minutes long. Students often go off campus to enjoy a plethora of food options with friends while others choose to eat alone.

Lil Baby speaks to a deeper truth in new album "It's Only Me"

Entertainment

On October 14, Lil Baby  dropped his new album, “It’s Only Me,” where he grapples with honesty in his own experiences.  Baby grew up in Atlanta, Georgia, with a single mom who experienced financial instability.

For children, the meaning of Halloween lies in collecting candy during trick-or-treating.

Halloween's evolution from kids to teens

Entertainment

Is there another holiday that encapsulates growing up like Halloween does? As kids grow up, the costumes, activities, and meanings of the holiday shift dramatically.  As children, it’s common to dress up in imaginative and colorful costumes, and kids parade around their elementary schools, showing their outfits off and making crafts in class.

Stahl’s piece, titled “Work,”

OMCA ‘Hella Feminist’ exhibit captivates and challenges audience across Bay Area

Entertainment

The “Hella Feminist” exhibit, currently on display at the Oakland Museum of California, dissects feminism through the lens of time. The OMCA hired local artists to contribute their perspectives on feminism through paintings, interviews, photographs, and objects.

Rock power duo Doctor, Doctor jams out at Gilman.

924 Gilman club rocks across generations

Entertainment

924 Gilman is an all-ages club that has been open for 35 years and is a generational staple for the Berkeley community. The decades of stickers in the bathrooms and street art covering the walls recall the voices of past performers and attendees.